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CROQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

CROQUET. The annual meeting of the Numurkah Croquet Club wub held in the Mechanics' . Hall on Saturday afternoon last, when/ the following office-bearers were elected : —President, Mrs Rockliffe ; senior vice President, Mrs A. E. Merris ; junior vice President, Mrs Howell; treasurer, Mrs White ; joint secretaries, Mesdames /Ambler and Corlett; committee—Mes f dames Coop, Selleck, J. and N, Cal | lander, Brash, McLeod, Misses Teare j and McNamara, ! A very hearty vote of thanks was ten-< dered the retiring President, Miss Teare, I for the excellent services rendered the club during her term of office. In ac knowledging the vote of thanks Miss Teare referred to bhe very successful year just concluded and felt sure, under the able management of Mrs Rcckliffe the club would oontinue to flourish. , It was decided to formally open the court in September. A gymkhana is fixed for October, while open tournaments will take place in No vember

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

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Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. / Methodist Church.—Services next Sunday are as follow:—Numurkah 11, Yeo, 7 White ; Wunghnu 11 G. Fow ler, 7 Hiatt; Oobram 11 Inch, 7 Inoh ; Baulkamangh 11 Betts j Baulkamaugh South 3 Tyres, 7.30 Yeo ; Naringaninga look 3 Yeo ; Strathmerton 3 Inch ; Mur ' ungi 11 Hiatt; Kaarimba 3 G. Fowloi1; ' Congupna West 3 Hiatt J Bunbartha 3 Band ; Waaia 11 Tyres; Koonoomoo 2.30 Arthur. Presbyterian Church.—Services will be conduotod next Sunday as follow :— Numurkah 11 and 7, Drumanure 3, Rev J. A. Lee. Oobram Charge—Naring 11, Yarroweyah 3, Cobram 7, Eev Harvey Methodist Church, Nathalie Circuit— Services will be held on Sunday as follows —Nathalia 11, Kotupna 3, P'colaW, 7, Mr Taylor j Plcola North 11, Yalca 3, Nathalia 7, Rev. W. Clemens ; Narioka 3, Mr Norton ; Yalca South 11, Bearil 2,30, Mr Caldwell, Presbyterian Church, Nathalia Circuit Services will be held on Sunday next as follows.— Nathalia 11 and 7, Plcola 3, Nathalia 11, children's service. Eev. I. Glyn Jones. Ref...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

Make Your District Known Concerning some parta of the di'strio news come bnUseldom. This is D0',' f. fault of the Elditor, for he has no nil" f... colons power of knowing what is J"? fr pening in all the places in the ares ® L" circa Iation. It is the fault of the dents in distant places. 1 Will some man or woman take f-. matter in hand and canse the silenc® ft cease ? |r

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Judgment Without Costs. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

Judgment Without Costs, A decision of interest to the commer cial community was given by Mr Read Murphy, P.M., in tbe District Conrt on Wednesday. The case, which came before the Court a month ago, was a claim for 18s. An hour before the hearing the defendant had sent a postal order for the amount, but no costs, Mr James Hall, solicitor for the com plainant, applied for costs, bnt Mr Mnrphy refused the application on the ground that the debt had been extin guished by payment, and no order could be made. Mr Hall then applied to have the case adjourned for a month for further consideration, as the matter was of importance to traders. When the matter came up again, he stated he could find no authority for the position taken up by the Bench, and contended that the usual practice was, in such ciroumstances, to write to the debtor stating that unless costs were remitted the money sent would not be accepted in full settlement, and that on the returu day an application would be made for cla...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

SOROSES HAIR TONIO. This preparation is unsurpassed as a hair food and dandruff preventative. A. little sprinkled on the head night and morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. Soroses Hair Tonic will absolutely grow hair, and prevent it from falling out. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and brings out all the natural brightness of the hair. Price 3s 6d. Obtainable at all ohemists and stores.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Fine Samples of Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

Fine Samples of Wool. There is a very fine exhibit of Bradford Topi on view at Campbell and Co.'s office?, Namurkab. These have been forwarded from Bradford by Messrs V. H. Pearce and Son, and are manufactured from wool bought in chis district last year through Messrs Campbell and Co. All interested are invited to call and inspect the samples.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

AFTER FIFTEEN YEARS. Time is the best test of troth. Here is a Shepparton story that has stood the te3t of time. It a story with a point which will coma straight home to many of OS. Mrs James Ladgrove, High-street, Shepparton, says :—lt Fifteen years ago I stated that Doan's Backache Kidney Pills had cared me of kidney ailment, and gave you permission to publish this statement foi the benefit of other suf ferers. I am pleased to say now that time has proved my cure to be a per manent one, for I am still free of the ailment. I had been a martyr to back ache, and always felt drowsy and heayy, and had attacks of vomiting, but Doan's Backache Kidney Pills altered all that fifteen years ago, and I have been right ever since. I advise all sufferers to use this remedy ; a dose or two of the pills occasionally keeps one in good health." We feel the need of a good kidney remedy as we grow older, for the kid neys become weak with years of work, Then give your kidneys the help shey need by tak...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

TF yon haven't seen our NEW RANGE OF WINTER SUITINGS yon should inspect them ai once. They are a splendid assortment of NEWEST FABRICS, in attractive but refined patterns, and WE GUARANTEE PERFECT STYLE & FIT. OYEKCOATS. Yon will be wanting an Overcoat now that the snappy Winter days are coming on, and we have a large selection of varied OVERCOATINGS. Also the latest thing in Ladies' and Gentlemen's English Rainproof Raglans. ALWAYS THE LATEST. The present moments finds us with a greater variety of every new idea in MEN'S WEAR than ever before. ————— Smart Style Shirts, Tasteful Neckwear, Correct Shape Collars, Winter Underwear, ALWAYS THE BEST OBTAINABLE AT I. IcPHEiSOi, TAILOR AND MERCER, COBRAM, 'Phone 26. — NUMURKAH 'Phone 22J. ""asssiiiTiisasa ELV LATE COXON'S OARAGE, lie STRPPT. KJ 11 Q(3 S3 CARS OVERHAULED AND ADJUSTED MAGNETOS REPAIRED AND RE MAGNETISED. LAMPS AND RADIATORS REPAIRED. TYRES AND TUBES VULCANISED. New Parts of any description made. Petrol, Oils, Grease,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

J- ■ ^-1—<7 ' i ==4 :s=e^/ Inspection Invited. HOTEL - METROPOL , rBourke Street (A'iZDa°v"oup) Melbourne, The Situation is too well known to need . comment. Srery thing nnder the direct supcTision o the Proprietor, assisted by a most com patent staff. •i ? 1 \ % .ns tilt at? a list ail Paatoralist onr First Consideration. ^ I -Solicit a Trial. DONA.LDSON, proprietor. —wiT-iTiriiinr— ii—timumjh iii rm A 1 - .>5? vl^.%//i\y 11 -DUN ] FTUSISEIHG UftEBBTAOB AHBJ GKSKSAjj BUILDSB r-i->.:;',?ILLB SBTEET, N'UMOBKAH Ficw* Framing a Specialty; ' "Bepsir it' ; la all Branches of the Building I; Monumental Tombstones sad •; dings, r.t Lowest Possible Bates, Hearse, Mourning Ooach, Etc, 'Phrus 32, J. C. PIPER, YIELIMA. General Blacksmith, LL KINDSliFiiAGHINERV REPAIRED. HARVESTERS A SPECIALITY. Wood WorR siaao ana iiepaired. lgp° Agent for T, Robinson's Famous FEDERAL HARVESTERS AND - ALL FARM IMPLEMENTS. j FOOTBALLS. I | MATCH II. I .M.S.D. Special" 14I ISherrin's ... 15/6 Gi...

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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. A Farmers Paper, published in the interests of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

Established 1895. A Farmers Paper, published lu the In lerestE of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. Friday Morning, June 19, 1914. Though in type, we have been com- I pelled to hold over several items, includ- | ing District News, Nathalia Progress Association meetiug, and other matters. A public meeting to consider the mat ter of aranglug a demonstration in aid of the Mooroopna Hospital was held on Tuesday evening, when there was a large attendance, Mr R. G. Selleck pre siding. Lengthy discussions took place, principally regarding the fact that the hospital secretary receives 15 per cent, on amounts sent to the hospital, this, it was thought by many, being unfair, as that gentleman has taken no part in promoting local efforts, each of which brought In considerably over £300. Dis cussion, too, followed a proposal that the demonstration should be held in aid of the hospital and local Mechanics', and eventually it was agreed that the demon stration be held on Wednesdiy, Se...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

&TBS. •HANBY.—At " Chevely," Bobertson-St., Nathalia, Captain John, the beloved husband of Hmnah Hanby, and loving stepfather of J. D. Geldart Born at Norfolk, England, on 15th May, 1829 ; died 13th June, 1914,

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Temperance Notes. (Contributed) WHISHY AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

Temperance Notes. (Contributed) ■WHISHY AT SEA, "The naval authorities of U S A, are appropriately making war upon whisky. The war against Mexico may nob ccour ; but there is a better warfare to wage. An order has been issued which is to become effective on July 1, banishing all intoxicants from war vessels, yards and navy stations, The new order is described U3 an amendment to the navy regu lations, and goes forth as an execu tive command, having the approval of President Wilson as chief of bhe military and naval forcps of the United States. Ib is alio backed up by bhe new Surgeon-General of the Navy, Rear-Admiral William Brais ted, to whom is largely due the ore-it of inanguration of this reform. The conquest of this fiery liquid, the scourge cf nations—a foe whose war fare is ceaseless and unrelenbing—a warfare againsb the weak, againsb women and children, is a result to be coveted by every high-souled citizen. It is well to live in a day when the enlightenment of the official mi...

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THE BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

THE BUILDING. A brief description of the hail may is of Interest to oar readers. It is a ike, large, substantial structure, built e: wood, with a length, exclusive of the porch, of 664 feet and a width of 29 feet Tho walls are 14 feet high and the cote ceiling 194 feet. The hall proper is 591 2S feet, and will comfortably seat from 280 to 300 people. The floor isoflji 4 in. boards, " secretly nailed." A 5 toe-: diagonally-panelled dado runs right \ round the building at a height of 5 feet £ and the ceiling is painted In like mu- ? ner, the whole being panelled at! varnished In pleasing and striking cos-1 trasts. Ventilation has been specially k provided by tube cowls and ornaments! & centreflowers, and all windows -V- k arranged to open at will and are fittw f; with lead-lights. The acoustics hare I been carefully considered, and have beet > :ot19n L found perfect. Two rooms are pr. at the rear of the hall, and these a:* ± easily convertible into one room by meet:;. of po...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. Owing to lack of space our editorial ia held over. Holy Baptism.—St George's, Numur kah, Sunday, June 14th, at Eve.nsong; Bevan Thomas, The Bector regrets that owing to a motor mishap he was unable-to get to Wunghnu on Sunday afternoon in time to take the Service, consequently it had o lapse. Quite a number of our Nurnurkah con gregation are now remaining after the evening service to the Confirmation ad dresses given by the Rector. CHURCH SOCIAL—We hope to see the Mechanics' Hall filled on Thursday night with our district congregations, and such of our people as are visiting U3 from other parishes. A short programme of vocal items will be given until supper time, and to enable all who attend to have plenty of time for enjoyment with out making the affair too late, it is hoped that a punctual commencement will be made at eight o'clock, During the even ing a presentation will be made to Mr C. Bentley. Mr S. Callander and family have kindly consented to allow the decora...

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PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL HALL OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL OPENING CEREMONY. The new Presbyterian Hall mall,-opened by the shire pre'f/aa for. W A. Campbell) on Friday Dt(°r. when a tea-meeting and enn^A evenln? There ™ kree^CS at each function being crowX h.B (dinner, rather, jt Bhonld tea there were three full sitting of etQle<i) A?Dd ibla escimated that 300 diners were attended to Th 07{t and profusion of the eatable's favorably commented on. man* . m°st who had attended in the e,™ J t}l0se taking part in the usual f0?m iQa°f meeting insisting 0n applyjn„^,of h» banquet." A large crowd looked after the hungry ones i3dles attention given was highly rtf* i tile The tables were prettily decorate? to' everything went with a swlncr 1 aai At the concert later in the a . difficulty was experienced |„ S! seating accommodation for m l io? tended ; in fact the rooms at the St' the hall were made use of bv ma rer3r^ audience. The Rev. J A T™ tl!8 the chair, and a nice concert proX^ was contributed to bv Mrs T w- =ta®m...

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Numurkah's Stationmaster. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

Numurkah's Stationmaster. y We take the following frg^r the Terang •' Express" :-—A faro,well social to Mr W. J. Orr, stationmaster at Terang, who has been promoted! and transferred to Nnmnrkah, was held at the Commercial Hotel on Saturday even ing last. Mr E. L. Blackhouss occu pied the chair, aud ' ead apologies for unavoidable absence from the Rev. E. Lethbridge, and Messrs C. B. Palmer, A. J. Stangbton, W. K. MacKinnon, R. P. Bennett, J.P., J. Bradshaw, J.P. j Mr Bradshaw in his letter stated that he regretted circumstances prevented his being at the social to add his tribute of his appreciation of Mr Orr's many good qualities. Ho had always found Mr Orr courteous, painstaking, and very obliging, and while Terang was losing a good stationmaster it was grati fying to know that Mr Orr had re ceived well-de3erved promotion. The toast of the King having been honored, the Chairman proposed the toast of The Guest. He said that Mr Orr had been in Terang for some five years. Very often ...

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THE STREET BOY'S WIT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

THE STREET BOY 3 WIT. Two little street urchins were quarrelling as to whose father was best. The first said, " Oh, my fabher has got some work !" " Pooh! that's nothing, my father has got the measles," said the other. "My father went to a place and had 'is head read" the first one replied. " But my fabher gets his nose red at the hotel every day," said the second. Then the second one went on his round selling newspapers, thinking he had defeated the other. Note,—He was selling papers in bhe street bscanse father's money went in painting his nose. No reform in personal habits would be of more immediate or striking benefit to the community than the universal practice of total abstinence, —«JS Ramsay Macdonald, M.P.

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CONGUPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

CONGUPNA. Arbor Day was observed at the local school on Friday last, In the morning the programme consisted of readings, recitations and lessons on trees and tree-planting. In the afternoon the parents, friends, and members of the school committee arrived at the school and a picnic was held. Unfortunately, no trees were sent by the department for planting, bat the members of the school committee formed a working bee, and erected the gates on the new fence ronnd the school. Rain amounting to 15 points fell on Monday. This makes a total of 17 points for the month of J one to date, The farmers wonld like to see abont an inch yer, as it is badly needed for the crops and grass. The crops are np, tor the most part, bnt they reqnire more rain to send them ahead. Of course the little rain has done them no small amount of good.

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PICOLA WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914

PICOLA WEST. Fine weather favored the committee and parents of Picola West on Friday last, when they again celebrated Arbor Day. Miss Cu't3, the head teacher, had all arangements made to have up wards of 20 trees planted, bat, owing to the adverse weather conditions pre vailing, she decided to postpone plant ing operations, and cancelled the orders nntil after the first good rain. Games and races were indulged in by the chil dren, football and tennis by the visitors, with two special races for senior pupils of the schoo', and which caused much excitement. In the ladies' race, Miss Minchin jast gained the judge's verdict from Miss McBurnie, and in the men's race a very close finish resulted in Mr V. Oorry wrenching victory from his brother, Mr A. Oorry, by "a whisker." Mrs W. H. Edmonds generously do nated two special prizes for skipping, which were competed for during the intervals. Towards evening refresh ments, which were provided by the parents, were served to the large crowd by ...

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